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WETA
Feb 5, 2013 11:30pm EST
>> charlie: welcome to the program. tonight john done a hoe, the president and the ceo of ebay. >> as we've injected more innovation back to ebay one of the things we tried to do is buy teams where you have founders who are great disruptive thinkers who have been working hard to build their business. now inside a business they get a chance. inside a business they get a chance to innovate. they get a chance to have access to 120 million consumers and 25 million retailers. >> charlie: we conclude with alan blinder, the princeton professor whose latest book is called after the music stops, the financial crisis, the response and the work ahead. >> i thought like many of us americans today that our new president coming in 2009 looked like a great communicator. he was eloquent. he was a role model. he spoke and he understood. it's not like he was not really understanding what was going on. he understood. but he gave very, very few speeches. only one really major one. on the financial crisis. explaining what in the world happened to us. what are we going to do about it? why does that
PBS
Feb 6, 2013 12:00am PST
captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> charlie: john done a hoe is here. he became ceo of ebay in march of 2008 but he is not a founder of ceo like zucker man, page. he rose to the ranks before moving to ebay. under his leadership ebay has gone from strength to strength including a 75% rally in share price. the company started off as an on-line auction house but it became a giant of e commerce. 70% of its sales and also owns pay pal an on-line payment system. i am pleased to have him here at this table. welcome. >> thank you, charlie. a pleasure to be here. >> charlie: my pleasure. so when you arrived at ebay and had the kinds of responsibilities you had before, what did you see? >> well, the fascinating thing about technology businesses in the internet is that a company can become a global brand and get global reach in a stunningly quick period of time. that's what e-bay did in its first five to ten years. he became a global phenom in a stunningly short period o
PBS
Feb 22, 2013 12:00am PST
ben harper and charlie musselwhite. they have just collaborated on their first cd together. it is called "get up!," served up with the legendary stax record label. we are glad you are able to join us for our conversation with ben harper and charlie musselwhite, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: ben harper has teamed up with master charlie musselwhite, for a new cd, titled "get up!," for the legendary stax label. it has been called cinematic in the storytelling, and it has his own brand of soaring harmonica, and to start, year is a collaboration of what this sounds like. ♪ believe a word you say i do not believe i don't believe a word you
FOX Business
Feb 17, 2013 1:30am EST
's got to pay for it. guess who? gerri willis, adam. lashins lashinsky. charlie gasperino. >> neil: and to like i said, arles payne who did such a od job, i'm cutting -- >> and unfortunately your mic does work. >> outside of the aspecof this. extraordinarily dangerous thing. and the overall tone was, people have it, they've got it nefariously and i will get it for you. no, it's not going to cost the government anything. it's going to cost something, i'll get it from the people that somehow got it from main street. you know, i'll go and get it from them. don't worry about it, it's not gointo cost you a dime. >> neil: there are a lot of things to worry about, proposed in the state of the union address. he didn't say you'll get it free, but stuck it into the deficit meaning someone is going to see something and pay something. >> you bet. i mean, no doubt about it and i have to tell you, i think it's immoral to make all of these promises when you know at the end of the day you can't afford it, we can't afford it. to say pre-school for everybody, are you kidding me? we don't have the mo
CBS
Feb 17, 2013 6:30pm EST
't have done it without your coaching, my man. thank you. jim: charlie a winner just several months back at the disney event. his victory there did not get him into augusta. he can settle that matter if he can win this thing in a playoff. nick: did you have a look, david, at this one? jim: is that true hole -- putt holed just a few moments ago by teater. he made a putt here yesterday at the 18th green did swartle from about this same length. different location, of course. now this to get into the playoff. it will be up to merrick and beljan now. schwartzel had his chances for sure. especially at the 17th. nick: his second shot landed two yards short of the green and only clawed its way to one yard short of the green. if he'd just got it on the green, who knows? different story. jim: they're going to make the move back to the tee. down the steps and down the way. bill haas, for a while we thought we might have another repeat winner at riviera. this for birdie. nick: just lost the confidence with the driver on a couple of tee shots going rig
CBS
Feb 17, 2013 6:30pm EST
gareth, couldn't have done it without your coaching, my man. thank you. jim: charlie a winner just several months back at the disney event. his victory there did not get him into augusta. he can settle that matter if he can win this thing in a playoff. nick: did you have a look, david, at this one? jim: is that true hole -- putt holed just a few moments ago by teater. he made a putt here yesterday at the 18th green did swartle from about this same length. different location, of course. now this to get into the playoff. it will be up to merrick and beljan now. schwartzel had his chances, for sure. especially at the 17th. nick: his second shot landed two yards short of the green and only clawed its way to one yard short of the green. if he'd just got it on the green, who knows? different story. jim: they're going to make the move back to the tee. down the steps and down the way. bill haas, for a while we thought we might have another repeat winner at riviera. this for birdie. nick: just lost the confidence with the driver on a couple of tee shots going right. jim: finishes one out of
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2013 9:00pm PST
dollars. this is chief warrant officer charlie morgan. after serving for the better part of two decades, after deploying overseas, after leaving behind her partner and their young daughter for a year while she served in kuwait, chief warrant officer charlie morgan asked for a meeting with speaker john boehner. she told the speaker that she had stage 4 breast cancer, inoperable. she told him that her own father had served in the army and was killed in a car wreck in an accident as he was getting ready for deployment in vietnam when she was just a little kid. officer morgan writing, quote, my mom and i received va and social security benefits as a result of his death. those benefits put a roof over our head, food in our bellies, and clothes on our backs. she wanted to make the case to john boehner that her family now, as she faced death, should qualify for the same treatment honoring her service. speaker boehner did not meet with charlie morgan. he sent a staffer instead. officer morgan told "the advocate" magazine afterward that the staffer was, quote, very empathetic, but the staffer to
Comedy Central
Feb 7, 2013 11:00pm PST
use some of that cash to pay for the statue that our moms broke, charlie. - all right! [coughing] you guys ready? - crack it open, charlie. - charlie! charlie! - show me the money! - charlie! charlie! - show me the money! - [cheers] - ah, shit! oh, shit! [all screaming] - no! no! - mommy, mommy! - ah! i grifted ya! - [shuddering] - what are you talking about? - i paid off the psychic. i buried the money in the dog grave. - my mommy-- my mommy's a skeleton! [sobbing] - i grifted your asses good because you said i was slipping. - i feel too much! i feel too much! - you made me dig up my dead mother because i said you were losing it? - score one for the old people. [laughs] wait a minute. what the hell happened to my shoes? >> from comedy central ealz world news headquarters in new york, this is "the daily show" with jon stewart. ["daily show" theme song playing] [cheers and applause] >> jon: welcome to "the daily show." my name is jon stewart. nice show for you tonight. our guest tonight the man who helped oversee the nation's bank bailout and lived to tell the tale of it. neil barofsky
FOX Business
Feb 10, 2013 1:30am EST
the budget not supposed to be like small children. >> okay, charlie. and balance is the word that we have a lot. and taxes is the only solution that we ever get. >> i know, and why i can't help interrupting ben on this one issue. (laughter) all you have to do is look, look at the places that impose these punitive taxes baltimore, new york, california, look at their economies, it's not working. >> that's a line. >> that's a lie that new york has a structural budget deficit. >> that's not-- >> and they lead those states, businesses are leaving those days. are you saying they're flocking to california to baltimore. >> actually they are, they are. >> the time were you in baltimore-- >> what i said mass nothing to do with taxes? >> really? businesses are moving out of california because the weather is lottery. >> hold on, let's go-- adam, i do want to say, adam that charlie brought up a great point particularly in this case because this particular proposal is punitive and listen, we're going to tax all kinds of benefits from, you know, distribution of medicare benefitses, stock options benefit
LINKTV
Feb 6, 2013 4:30pm PST
to the mathematical world of combinatorics. meet charlie, the regional claims adjuster for an insurance company. on the road as usual, visiting clients, solving problems, and trying to get to five different job sites as quickly and efficiently as possible so he can get home to his daughter sarah's birthday party. his problem: finding the best way to organize his trip, taking into consideration the distance between each client, possible time spent with each client, and the most efficient route. sometimes the number of possibilities seems overwhelming, even when we're faced with only a few choices, but we have to make decisions anyway. did he make the right choice? let's count the ways. counting things seems so simple. children do it intuitively, connecting a thing with fingers to say how many. it's the way we organize the stuff of our lives, from bugs to errands. and finding efficient and interesting ways to organize things and information is what the field of mathematics known as combinatorics is all about. >> children: [ in unison ] as i was going to st. ives, i met a man with seven wives. eac
ABC
Feb 21, 2013 4:30am EST
the state's laws could be changing on this thursday, february 21st. "good morning maryland," i'm charlie crowson. >> and i'm megan pringle. right to the weather because yesterday was ugly. >> it was cold out there. cold start to the day. >> we have a very cold start to the day, the temperatures much colder than what we had yesterday and then the winds once again for today. but still we will have the breezes at about 8 to 15 miles an hour as we go throughout the day. right now temperature-wise coming in 23 degrees in arnold. more of the same in bel air this morning. baltimore coming in at 22. and we do have the winds so we feel more like we're in the teens as you head out and about this morning make sure you do bundle up. over the graphics and i can show you what's going on on maryland's most powerful radar right now. not a whole lot. this is the calm before the storm once again. we will stay dry and also more sunshine in here earlier than we did yesterday. you're waking up around 7:00 this morning temperatures coming in at 23 degrees. we will be breezy. 28 degrees by 10:00 this morning a
FOX Business
Feb 27, 2013 3:00pm EST
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CBS
Feb 7, 2013 3:35am EST
they read about your life and your beloved world. thank you. >> thank you for having me, charlie. >> rose: pleasure to have you. >> this has been so much fun. thank you. >> rose: great to see you. thank you for joining us for this hour. the book, again, is "my beloved world." see you next time. captioning sponsored by rose communications captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org narrator: for 60 years, david attenborough has guided us through the natural world. this is a very intelligent animal. narrator: and who could believe how much our world has changed? attenborough: never before had it been so clear to me that a species was heading for disaster. narrator: animals have teetered on the brink of extinction and our vast wild spaces are disappearing. attenborough: we became witness to a slow-motion tragedy. narrator: but the past half century was also an era when our attitudes toward wildlife were transformed. attenborough: soon we realized that true conservation means protecting the entire habitat. narrator: in this final installment of our series, attenborough reminds us
ABC
Feb 5, 2013 11:35pm PST
.a. weather caster or charlie sheen's girlfriend. all right? i'm going to show you a picture of a woman. your job is to guess whether that woman is a weather reporter here in los angeles or a woman charlie sheen has dated. okay? let's begin. l.a. weather caster or charlie sheen girlfriend? charlie sheen girlfriend? let's find out. that is a weather person for nbc. who appears to have been caught in the rain without clothes on. all right. next, l.a. weather caster or charlie sheen girlfriend. yes. that is bri olsen, one of his form he goddesses. next up? l.a. weather caster or charlie sheen girlfriend? that is another bri. bri winkler, a weather caster at kabc. her teeth are too good to be charlie sheen -- next up. weather caster or charlie sheen girlfriend? we have a mix. that is a former goddess. natalie kenley who is a -- [ applause ] i don't know why you're applauding. all right. l.a. weather caster or a sheen girlfriend? that is right. that's jackie johnson from kcbs. you can tell from her pose that she is a weather caster. we have two more. weather caster, sheen girlfriend. all right. th
FOX Business
Feb 11, 2013 11:00am EST
as an illegal immigrant. it is a pretty good story. you do not want to miss it. charlie desperado is coming up with news about the nasdaq and the ceo. this is exclusive reporting you do not want to miss. dagen: stocks now. nicole: basically, the launch may be delayed in key markets according to the data. we are seeing it down about 14%. not a good day for this particular company. i wanted to also show you, this is our door that we come in. 1901, 1913, 1939, they are doing some construction here. they are trying to beef up the nyse. try to make it more user-friendly and business friendly. connell: thank you very much. there is a starbucks down there and everything. maybe pick us up a latte later on. we will see you in 15 minutes. watch senator john mccain respond to some of the critics on immigration reform on fox news sunday. >> 11 million people living in the shadows. i believe people deserve to come out of the shadows. the people who were brought here when they were children deserve that kind of consideration. connell: our next guest knows just about everything about this. he is now a u.s. c
FOX Business
Feb 3, 2013 1:30am EST
dowell, adam, charlie and gary k. >> they should pay for every dime. the politicians didn't read the bill. the unions didn't read the bill. every time obama comes -- president obama comes out with something, they just back it no matter what, and all of a sudden they have an oops moment 'cause they realized oh, my costs go up, so please help me. i think the bottom line, they'll end up with some sort of exemption, some sort of subsidy and guess what? it will be on our backs as usual. >> i know, but it's kind of interesting, dagen, maybe expecting quid pro quo didn't happen. >> to gary's point, if they get these subsidies on top of -- these members already having health insurance, that just opens the door for handouts to anybody. will ultimately drive up the cost of this health care law even more. listen, this law was about expanding health insurance to people who didn't have it. well, union members, you have it. your costs go up. suck it up. that's the way it goes [ laughter ] >> you like that one, huh? >> charlie, they've got -- to dagen's point, they qualify for breaks -- >> it's kind of
ABC
Feb 7, 2013 6:30am EST
for joining us and "good morning maryland." i'm charlie crowson. >> and i'm megan pringle. i think people are like i don't care if it wasn't in maryland. >> not mine and get on with it. >> maybe it's your uncle. thank you for joining us. it is thursday morning. the weekend is coming. we have a lot to talk about as far as the weather goes. because a storm is brewing and lynette i know a lot of people hear about this and they want to know is it going to hit us? >> yes the storm is going to hit us but we won't get the brunt of the storm. we're not going to get the blizzard conditions and not even see much snow with this. we're going to get the rain part of the system. but for the morning we are dealing with some patchy fog across the area. so reduced visibility in baltimore. also hagerstown and even york traveling up i-83 this morning. but temperature-wise we're cold. we're supposed to be cold. coming in at 27 degrees ellicott city. 26 in millersville. and also sykesville. the good news right now is that the winds are calm but they will pick up from the east throughout the day and the east i
ABC
Feb 14, 2013 4:30am EST
to make landfall. details on this thursday, february 14th. happy valentine's day maryland, i'm charlie crowson. >> and i'm megan pringle. it was dry outside this morning but that was not the case when you went the sleep. there was a nice coating of snow on the grass in towson but the streets were clear. this morning there may be some slick spots out there you need to watch out for but will it get cold enough to freeze? let's find out. here's meteorologist lynette charles. >> yes, in some spots it cold enough to freeze out there. as we look at maryland's most powerful radar, well we are dry. a far cry from what we saw yesterday. and things will start to improve throughout the day. but in the meantime, you can leave that rain gear at home because we're talking about temperatures this morning and you can see in manchester coming in at 32 degrees. 31 in monkton. 30 timonium. also frederick 32 and even columbia at the airport. these areas yes, cold enough to see some freezing some slick roadways out there this morning. take it easy. good morning annapolis you're at 35 degrees. and easton co
ABC
Feb 14, 2013 5:30am EST
a look at that on the valentine's day and a good morning to you maryland. i'm charlie crowson. >> and i'm megan pringle. by the way happy valentine's day. we have a live shot later on this morning. if you haven't done anything yet it's not too late. don't get in the dog house. it's early in the morning. linda so is going to help people out. >> lynette charles is here right now with a check of the forecast. we got some snow as promised and as you said, it wasn't that bad. >> exactly it wasn't that bad. then another round of it towards the weekend. we'll talk about that a little later. but let's get you out the door on this valentine's day. the storm is gone from yesterday but we still do have temperatures that are below freezing so we have some slick spots on the roadways this morning. take it easy as you step out and about. we're at 30 timonium. monkton at 31. more of the same in man chest they are morning. also bel air. joppa at 29. still 34 in easton. we're at 32 in the airport right now and baltimore city at 37 degrees well above freezing. frederick at 32 degrees and visibility also
ABC
Feb 21, 2013 5:00am EST
. what's expected to happen later today on this february 21st. "good morning maryland," i'm charlie crowson. >> and i'm megan pringle. it's thursday, the weekend is coming and you obviously we're going to get a peek at that but right now you need to be prepared because it's cold this morning. here's meteorologist lynette charles. >> it is megan. it's cold throughout. it's colder than what it was yesterday morning and temperatures are a lot colder. we're talking about 21 degrees in reisterstown. so yesterday we were above average. today, we are below average. we should be at 25, 26 degrees now for this time of the year for our low temperatures. reisterstown coming in below that and we have the winds to talk about today as well. they will be out of the northwest at about 8 miles an hour. that's what we're seeing now in glen burnie. coming in at 22. and we are at 19. this is your actual temperature in manchester. and we do have a northwest wind at 14 so we're feeling more like the single digits in man chest they are morning. you really need to bundle up as you head out and about. let's
CBS
Feb 2, 2013 11:00pm PST
"... so, how's charlie doing? oh, he's fine. you told her i was engaged? why the hell would you do that?! charlie, there's a woman named mia on the phone. mia: hi, charlie. mia. so, how are you? great. how are you? fine, fine. still engaged. come. sit. join us. are you sure i'm not interrupting? no, no of course not. yeah, his fiancée just left. oh, i'm sorry i missed her. oh, i'll bet she's still out in the parking lot. i'll go get her. so... what's going on with you these days? you still dancing? not so much. i'm a little old for ballet now. oh, that can't be right. you look great. young and vibrant and... taut. you know who else has a great body? charlie's fiancée. in fact, charlie calls her boobalicious. i'm really happy you found somebody, charlie. thank you. she's great really, really great. boobalicious. so if you're not dancing what are you up to? well, believe it or not, i'm trying for a singing career. no kidding? that's terrific. you know who's a wonderful singer? charlie's fiancée? uh, actually, i was gonna say ms. celine dion. i have no idea about chelsea. although she d
Comedy Central
Feb 14, 2013 11:00pm PST
the charlie work in the bar from here until-- oh, i don't know-- how's eternity sound? - [in bad british accent] stop, charlie. this game has gone on long enough. [in normal accent] uh, shit. - are you doing an accent? - yeah, i was doing a british acc--it was a british accent. - that was british?. - yeah, i had it so good in my head-- i was doing a really good british accent. doesn't matter. anyway... charlie, you think you have all the power? well, you don't. you see, the only thing bigger than a king is a god. - you think you're a god? i'm the one who's thriving, dennis. i mean, look at me. - you look like you're covered in hawaiian punch. - yeah? - yeah. - mm. - i am the god of my own universe, charlie. i decide my own reality, and i've decided all of your realities as well. so, you see, i unplugged it. - you...unplugged reality? - i don't understand what he's saying. - me neither. - i just--i deleted all of your characters from the game. - what? - i erased all your...people. - h-how did you do that? - well, it was easy. you guys all have the same password: "paddyspub." - oh, that's
FOX
Feb 18, 2013 11:00pm EST
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CBS
Feb 20, 2013 7:00am EST
's winning this debate and republican pressure will force republicans to give in. charlie, gayle? >> thanks. >>> cbs political correspondent john dickerson. good morning, john. >> good morning, charlie. >> put this for us in terms of what we're talking about and what we're not talking about. >> it's a good point. step back here. what we're not talking about in this sequester is the actual long-term drivers of this deficit problem so as people look at the fight, which is the 900th chap tur in the con stangt fights of the budget, what's happening is the debate about dumb cuts to a portion of the budget, and everybody agrees they're dumb in terms of just being cut. the long-term -- those long-term costs are health care costs and so if washington can't agree on these fights, they really can't agree on the harder fights about long-term health care costs that are part of entitlement. >> what are the short-term gains and long-term gains that either party can get it. >> clearly they show the upper hand. that's the short-term game. polls would suggest the president has the advantage there. but in th
PBS
Feb 13, 2013 11:00pm PST
certain that that didn't happen again. we're in a situation now, charlie, what i worry about now, what i worried about then, is that the next attack isn't going to be guys armed with airline tickets and box cutters, it will be with chemical weapons or maybe even a nuke or just a dirty nuke, a truck full of stuff that you set off and you can spread radioactive material around the landscape. those are the kinds of attacks we have to guard against. it's not going te ju 300 people killed in one day. >> rose: cheney for the hour, next. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: the story of dk cheney is the story of power. he served two terms as vice president, president george w. bush from twub two 2008. he was also secretary of defense he was also chief of staff to president gerald ford. the "washington post" has called him the most influential and powerful man ever to hold the office. he was in washington an insider. his story is a story not only of power but because of what happened after 9/11 it's a story of power and val
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